So, I tried “Normal” which sounds like “off” but then I noticed that only one of my two drives shows up in the list of recognized drives in the standard BIOS settings screen that lists all the drives. Copyright c Tweak Town Pty Ltd. The jmicron is a 32 bit driver, you can also get the 64 bit on their website. I’ll try to hook up a third drive now just to see what happens. Results 1 to 6 of 6. Re-flashed both drives to 1. You could also try AHCI since the driver is installed.

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I don’t think I’ve got any issues with that setting — it’s the next one that bothers me. Can anyone confirm or deny that’s how things should rad

I assumed you are using XP bit. Re-flashed both drives to 1.

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November 19, I did encounter some weirdness with this board after finally getting the array working. According to the manual, using the Standard mode allows it to work as a port muiltiplier and you can supposedly just hook up 4 SATA drives and run them independently.

Drivers load successfully and state that device is operating normally within device manager. Proceed to go into RAID utility and notice that one or both gigabyyte the drives have disappeared no longer being reported.


Regular BIOS config screen also does not show drive s. I was hoping this was a simple question but no replies Copyright c Tweak Town Pty Ltd.

So here are the symptoms that I am encountering. The above is likely true as well, I know for single giganyte SSD or not, the Intel controller is still faster due to Marvell not making drivers properly yet. Only after numerous restarts, shutdowns, and complete power-off restarts, including the dreaded no post blank screen everything came up just before Glgabyte was getting ready to reset CMOS. Remember, when all else fails a cup of tea and a good swear will often help!

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I understand where you’re coming from but, if you have any important information stored on your HDD’s it would be better to swap them over now rather than later on when it might be too late. I tried both sets and the Intel beat the marvel or gigabyte ports raid or no raid handily.

It won’t solve the problem but it will make you feel better. I know, however, that if I add a drive to either channel, it will not show up in the BIOS – which seems wrong to me. Maybe it’s ok in this case that the drive does not show up in the BIOS. You could also try AHCI since the driver is installed. Secure erased both via mobo RAID utility and then rebuilt array. This is what my first post was describing.


Gigabyte exud5 f12 bios Intel i7 d0 3. Home Help Login Register. The manual is a bit confusing about it. After unplugging the HDD that I had my temporary installation of Windows on, which was plugged into the top Marvell SATA port along with a second HDD in the bottom port the board would spin up the fans but no post beep, no video or nothing.

Must have tired from doing 20″ of snow today. Results 1 to 6 of 6. Got pics of that?

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What I have not tried yet. Hi there, pleased you seem to have sorted the problem.

The jmicron is a 32 bit driver, you can also get raie 64 bit on their website. The time now is Copyright c Tweak Town Pty Ltd.